Tarun Sabarwal












Economist



  

Thinks About:

Interdependent Decisions

Markets and Efficiency

Monotone Games

Optimization

Networks

 



 

  

Education



 

 

Ph.D. Economics, University of California at Berkeley, 2000 

M.A. Math, University of California at Berkeley, 1999 

M.B.A. Finance,  University of Cincinnati, 1991 

B.Comm. (Hon.), Punjabi University, 1989

 

 

 

 

 


Positions

  

  


Professor of Economics, University of Kansas, 2020-present 

Director, Center for Analytical Research in Economics, 2019-present

Associate Editor, International Journal of Economic Theory, 2021-present

Trustee and Board Member, Self Graduate Fellowship Programs, 2021- present 

  

  

 

 


Distinctions and Awards



Marquis Who's Who in America, 2022-Present

Economic Theory Fellow of SAET,  2020-Present 

Berkeley Lectures on Monotone Games (invited), 2022-22 

Senior Administrative Fellow of University of Kansas,  2018-19 

De-Min and Chin-Sha Wu Faculty Award, University of Kansas, 2018-20

Keeler Intra-University Professor, University of Kansas, 2020-21 (Fall semester) 

 

 

 



Center for Analytical Research in Economics